Situated at the gateway to Normandy, 1 hour from Paris and Rouen, la Grange de Fontenay with its converted barns and landscaped park of 3,7 hectares, welcomes you all year round.
Facing due South, la Grange is bordered at one end by a pond which has its source at Beauregard.
Built in 1866, the old sugar distillery of Fontenay-en Vexin was partly destroyed and reconverted into stables from 1920 to 1970. Abandoned, the site found a new vocation in 2004. White stones, bricks, exposed wooden and metal beams give a 19th century Norman charm to the estate.